Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Ridley's Deals - 2/11/2011

My Ridley's ad just arrived in my mail. There are several items that I intend to go grab as soon as I am done with this posting. I have a previous posting on how Pinching Your Pennies works, you can read it here, remember the deals talked about are from May 2009.

I use PYP when I'm creating my shopping list because it takes so much time out of finding the deals. Today I'm applying their info to my Ridley's ad to help me shop local and still get the great prices. Here is what I won't be missing out on this week:

Bar S franks $0.99, RP 1/30, $1/2 = $0.49 each, wyb2
Johnsonville Brats 3/$10, SS 1/23 $1/2 = $2.84 each, wyb2

Ridley's 2lb loaf of medium cheddar cheese $5.29, $1 off here
WF/Ridley's 32oz. shredded cheese $4.99, $1 off here
WF sour cream, 10oz, $.77
WF creamery select ice cream 48 oz $2.28

Avocado, medium, 2/$0.88
Roma tomatoes $.068 lb
Yellow, Orange, Red bell peppers $0.99 each

Red Baron Pizza, 12" or single serve, 2/$5, SS 1/23 $.75 on single serve = 2/$3.50 single serve pizza

McCormick Grinders, .77-2.12 oz, $1.49, RP-1/2 .75/1, $0.74

Don Julio Chips $.88 each

Colgate Toothpaste, 6.4 oz, $1.00, SS-1/30 .75/1 = $.25

NyQuil or DayQuil, 6 oz. Liquid, 10 ct. Caplets or 12 ct. Liquicaps, $4.47, PG-1/16 and PG-1/30 $1.50/1 = $2.97

There are many more great Ridley's deals, these are the ones I will be grabbing. I HATE when someone at my house is sick and I have to run to the store and pay full price for a remedy. I try to stock up ahead to get the best deal and have it ready when it is needed.

In case you are new to coupon abbreviations here is some help:
SS = Smart Source
RP = Red Plum
PG = Proctor & Gamble
wyb2 = when you buy two
1/30, or any number combination = the date that coupon pack was delivered

1 comment:

  1. I bought Johnsonville chili cheese smoked sausages for $2.98, used my $1/2 coupon and my final cost was $2.48 for each package. I found them by the bacon. I already have three meals planned for them, that works out to $1.65 per meal for the meat. That makes me smile :-)